Cotswold Water Park West A LITTLE TERN still on Pit 41 until 3:20pm at least. It does go missing and has been on Pit 74 in Wilts today, but soon returns. (Terry Grant).
WWT Slimbridge A GREAT WHITE EGRET around the grounds and seen to land in the 100-Acre at 1:35pm. Ten Common Cranes on the Dumbles at high tide and a Peregrine flew inland. Three Green Sandpipers from Robbie Garnett hide and a Green Sandpiper and a Common Sandpiper on the Rushy. The Spotted Redshank, a Knot, a juvenile GARGANEY and a Marsh Harrier still. (Slimbridge Sightings/MK/Les Ditchburn). Pic by Mike.
Forest of Dean A Redshank on Woorgreens Lake at 7:30am. An excellent record for the Forest. (Frank Williams). Pic by Frank.
Purton A CURLEW SANDPIPER with eight Ringed Plovers and 4 Dunlins flew N upriver and a Greenshank, two Yellow Wagtails and 14 Swifts flew S past Purton this morning. (Francis Steuck).
Stinchcombe Hill A fresh juvenile Whinchat, at least two Crossbills and six Swifts on the move this morning. (James Robinson).
Saul Warth 3+ Willow Warblers, 44 Meadow Pipits, a Wheatear, a Red Kite and 11 Avocets on the river. (Gordon Hodgson).
Ashleworth Ham Birds of note caught in a CES ringing session included six Redstarts, six Whitethroats and three Bullfinches. On the reserve 30 Mallards, four Teal, a Grey Heron, a Buzzard, 15 Swallows and five House Martins. Also a male Roe Deer. (Mike Smart).